Telephone Wires. Spray paint on artificial brick. 48 x 72 in. 2011.
Does your image on the internet reflect who you really are? If not, we can help. We can create an online presence that reflects the real you. TNT Content & Design is a website design and image consulting firm co-founded by Tracy Steen and Tom Lincoln. We provide the one-stop shop you need for website design, social media strategy, marketing, and writing. Most recently, TNT has been creating websites for the Wharton School, the business school of the University of Pennsylvania, including www.MeasuredThoughts.com, the website for professor of marketing David J. Reibstein.
The guiding mission of Nation Brand is to illuminate the everyday interactions that shape how nations are perceived. Inspired by Wharton Professor David Reibstein’s philosophy that nations, like products, have images or brands, Nation Brand is an interactive journal that incorporates feedback and content from readers. Although the web of influences that brand a nation is complex, in one sense it is simple: Nations are branded by people and through people. Please email or text ideas and submissions to email@example.com or (215) 205-5481. Nation Brand is available through Amazon, Kindle, iBooks, and the FastPencil Marketplace.
From 2011 to 2014, Tom Lincoln and Dr. Tracy Steen explored the manipulation of history by rewriting it. They proposed a new theory--a happy ending--to explain the mysteries surrounding Abraham Lincoln's assassination. Was John Wilkes Booth actually killed in his escape from Ford's Theatre into Virginia? In this retelling, President Lincoln’s son Willie overcame typhoid fever and was spirited away from the White House, Booth was a spy loyal to the Union along with his co-conspirator Lewis Thornton Powell, and President Lincoln faked his assassination and lived in secret. Tom Lincoln and Tracy Steen left clues about President Lincoln's legacy. Can you find the clues?
In this exhibit Tom Lincoln collaborated with Tracy Steen to explore the meaning of monuments. Who among us is worthy of a monument? How can we best memorialize great actions and great people? Should monuments have an expiration date?
Lie Counter is a free interactive art experience for Apple's iPhone®. Using Lie Counter helps you become more aware of the lies you tell yourself and the lies told to you by others. Count lies as they happen and record and graph the lies over time. For more information visit the profile for Lie Counter on Twitter.
In this series, Tom Lincoln examined the joy of living life intensely and in the present moment, as exemplified by his dog, Serena (1999-2014). Work, Play, Rest was exhibited in April 2011 by Studio Christensen.
In these exercises, Tom Lincoln studied how red and cyan stereoptic filtering can be used to place two-dimensional objects in the foreground, midground, or background of a painting. Exercises in Three Dimensions was exhibited from July to November 2011 at Giant Steps Gallery in the Rittenhouse Square neighborhood of Philadelphia. For the exhibit, Lincoln described each painting and explained how red and cyan 3D glasses work.
Through his venture Rittenhouse Sounds, Tom Lincoln collaborated with two Philadelphia music experts, Max Stevens and Stephen Stone-Bush, to compile the best songs by the best new artists of 2011.